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Village has special meeting for resolutions

DUNDEE--The village board of Dundee held a special meeting Friday, Dec. 8 to consider four resolutions.
The first resolution was to approve spending $81,442 from the village capital water reserve fund for a telemetry pump control for the water system. Mayor Fred Cratsley said the expenditure was prompted due to the mechanical failure of the current pressure switch. Cratsley said the new control will provide more control for the village and should provide for more efficiencies.
The board approved this expense subject to a permissive referendum procedure.
The second resolution was to approve an expense of $117,000 from the capital reserve fund to pay for a 50 x 60 modular public works maintenance building on Spring Street. This action also was approved with a permissive referendum pending.
A permissive resolution means the action of the board as described does not take effect until 30 days after its adoption, unless a percentage of voters petition the village's proposed plan. If that happens, then the resolution can go for a village-wide vote.
Third and fourth resolutions were for the water main replacement project and involve grant money that has already been awarded to the village.
The board approved a resolution for $123,300 and one for $59,150 for finish work with water main project. Mayor Cratsley said, "We expect to be able to connect some additional water pipes that we weren't sure we could do at first, but now it looks like that will also be possible. This amount will come from that grant money that has already been approved."

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